I was hoping someone could run isag real quick and see what I'm talking
about. I'm not sure what it means, and the man page isn't the best.
On Mon, 2002-01-21 at 12:30, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Can you be a little more specific? I'm not sure what you mean by "the
> inode size is very high." What does isag mean by "inode size" (xfs
> size is fixed at mkfs time) and what are the numbers?
> On 21 Jan 2002, Austin Gonyou wrote:
> > Using isag, I can go look at what the system history is. One thing
> > seen is that under inode status, the inode size is very high. I'm not
> > sure what this means particularly. Could somone offer information
> > this? I start to see this behaviour after about 1-2 hours of running
> > AIM DB benchmark test.
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